Behavioral Health at Wellspring Substance Use Disorder Family Support Program (SUDFSP)

Substance Use Disorder Family Support Program (SUDFSP)

Substance Use Disorder Family Support Program (SUDFSP) works to provide recovery and stability to home where a parent or primary caregiver has a substance use disorder (substance abuse, including drug addiction or alcohol addiction), or co-occurring disorders, and is at risk of having their child removed due to abuse and/or neglect. It is also available to families who have children returning home from foster care.

It was created by the State of Michigan and is administered by Wellspring Lutheran Services. Through this in-home program, Wellspring family support specialists work collaboratively with the family to achieve specific goals and support ongoing recovery efforts.

Who is Eligible for SUDFSP?

The Substance Use Disorder Family Support Program is by referral only. It is available to parents and/or primary caregivers who are responsible for the care and supervision of minor children and meet one of these qualifications:
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    An open MDHHS case (Category I, II, III or IV)

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    Families with a closed CPS case or investigation within the last 18 months

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    Three or more rejected CPS complaints

Locations where SUDSFP is offered:

  • Antrim County
  • Clare County
  • Gladwin County
  • Grand Traverse County
  • Gratiot County
  • Isabella County
  • Kalkaska County
  • Leelanau County
  • Midland County
  • Missauke County
  • Wexford County

Interested in SUDFSP?

If you have questions, or are a provider looking to make a referral, please contact us and we’ll follow up with you.